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American Sign Language
BY HOLLY BEAN
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 20, 2013
Holly Bean, after deciding that languages such as Spanish and French were too difficult, decided to study American Sign Language in college. This became a major turning point in her life. After learning sign language, becoming an interpreter, and experiencing the euphoria of helping deaf people communicate, she wanted to do more. She now runs outreach programs for the American Sign Language Organization.
Sign Painting's Resurgence
BY JOE SWEC
@ VOL 18
ON NOV 21, 2013
Sign painter and designer Joe Swec speaks on his life, his projects, and his aging (or flourishing?) medium. He discusses the typographic elements found in his work, the challenges he confronted, and the renaissance of sorts that he believes is occuring in reference to his style.
The Power of Observation
BY BOB HAMBLY
@ VOL 26
ON SEP 27, 2013
Bob Hambly examines the topic of observation – how we've become visually complacent, how we are manipulated to see certain things, how important it is to have good observational skills, and how we can go about improving them. This is something we can all get better at. And the better we get at observing, the better we will get at generating creative ideas.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 23, 2014.
Sign Painting: Craft or Design?
BY ALARIC GARNIER
@ VOL 9
ON AUG 01, 2013
Sign painter and typography designer Alaric Garnier discusses his research around the vernacular of lettering via the publications he's designed as well as his work on the May Gallery visual identity. He speaks about his struggle to define his work as that of craft or design, and the conclusions he's arrived at.
Learning to Love Your Obsessions
BY BRIGETTE BORDERS
@ VOL 4
ON MAY 18, 2015
Her artistic and architecural studies allowed her to overcome some (but not all!) of her obsessive compulsive behaviors, through encaustic painting and pattern making.
Don’t Just Sign on the Dotted Line: Assessing Fitness to Drive
BY DR. GENEVIEVE YATES
@ VOL 42
ON SEP 02, 2015
“Nothing can bring the love of my life back. But if sharing our story indirectly results in one fewer person being injured by an unfit driver, at least some good has come out of this senseless tragedy.”
In “Don’t Just Sign on the Dotted Line: Assessing Fitness to Drive,” Dr. Genevieve Yates, a family physician from Australia, reminds us that driving is a privilege, not a right.
In July 2015, while visiting friends in LA, her partner was hit and killed while out jogging. Since he died, she has been trying to find things that are positive and helpful to make a very horrible situation feel a little less senseless. One of these is by raising awareness of the dangers of unfit drivers on the road, and she put together a PechaKucha to spread this important message.
She hopes that by sharing her personal story in this way, it might just result, indirectly at least, in someone’s husband, wife or child being spared.
The Spirit of Magic
BY JUSTIN SIGHT
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 19, 2015
Justin Sight is a unique magician known for performing on the streets and subways of NYC. He was diagnosed legally blind at age 10. Justin has been featured on television and online news outlets such as The NY Post and Gothamist. He talks about Magic from a spiritual perspective drawn from his involvement with the worlds mystery schools and scientific research that point to the essence of what we Truly Are.
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Keeping Up with the PechaKucha Site
As you may have noticed, there have been some changes on the website over the past week or so. We now have a social media menu bar at the top of the site (in black) where you can sign up for our new Facebook Fan page and our new Twitter feed (pechakucha). You can also register on the site, so that you can then log in and manage your global or city newsletters, comment on presentations, and more -- be a part of the creative PechaKucha network! We're hoping these features will be invaluable in allowing you to stay up to date with what is happening as we approach the February 20th "Global PechaKucha Night for Haiti." Sign up, PechaKucha needs you! And to clear things up about the Twitter feed, since we now have two. The new Twitter feed -- simply "pechakucha" -- will become the vital news feed. Thanks go out to Brett Stilwell of PKN Boston for helping to sort that out. The old feed --''pechakuchanight'' -- will remain the auto-tweet for events only, tweeting automatically 8 hours before an event.
Today's presentation comes to us from PechaKucha Night in Leeds Vol. 3, with The Hepworth Wakefied director Simon Wallis talking about the new art gallery, located in Yorkshire.
Drawn Lines, A Traffic Sign and Typographic Design, and PKN Singapore Illustrated
Presentations In her presentation (from PKN Hyderabad Vol. 9), Lasya Moronica shares some of the very detailed and complex line drawings she produces. Jiri Toman is a young graphic artist, and in his presentation (in Czech, from PKN Usti nad Labem Vol. 2) he talks about his diploma project. He completely redesigned traffic signs, and designed a special font. He also shares his other typographic work. Posters We have four new posters on the Tumblr blog today, starting with PKN Bari Vol. 1 (pictured above). You'll also find posters for tonight's PKN Bratislava Vol. 20, PKN Bogota Vol. 9, and PKN Aalen Vol. 12. Event Report How's this for a great event report, courtesy of PKN Singapore organizer Jon Siegel (on the recent Vol. 5): "One of our audience members [Bernie Quah], without us noticing, illustrated every speaker that night along with notes and posted it to Issuu." Calendar It's a big Thursday (September 20), with the following 10 PKNs on tap: PKN Maastricht Vol. 15, PKN Blue Mountains Vol. 3, PKN Miami Vol. 17, PKN Hamptons Vol. 1, PKN Valencia Vol. 14, PKN Winnipeg Vol. 11, PKN Whangarei Vol. 14, PKN Malaga Vol. 1, PKN Aarhus Vol. 14, and PKN Bratislava Vol. 20. Tomorrow, you'll find the following 3 events: PKN Lucerne Vol. 5, PKN Vancouver Vol. 23, and PKN Gisborne Vol. 10.
"A Bite-Sized Idea Medley"
Argentina's own English-based online news source the Argentina Independent recently featured a recap of PKN Buenos Aires Vol. 29, and had a bit of this to say: Presenter Natalia Nasep, of Cine en movimiento, an organisation that aims to provide the means and equipment for disadvantaged children to express themselves by making films and documentaries about the world around them, described her experience. “It was difficult, honestly, to choose 20 images to tell the story of our whole project, our process, but after that, we followed through with the point that we wanted to convey with the presentation and it worked out.” As well as: Attending a PechaKucha night is the perfect way to jump right into a new city and uncover a dozen different creative projects happening within, meet people, or to just get a quick infusion of inspiration directly into your veins. I can’t recommend it enough. Check out the full Argentina Independent article here. (photo credit: BlueVertigo)
PechaKucha Night Vol. 113 is just under a week away (on Wednesday, April 30) and so over the next few days we'll be highlighting the presenters. We kick it off with media artist Eric Siu, who will talk about his head-covering Touchy human camera. ペチャクチャナイトVol.113まであと一週間(4月30日)そして数日後よりプレゼンテーターのハイライトを始めます。まず初めにメディアアーティストEric SiuのヘッドカバーするTouchy human cameraから。
The Evolution of a Vacant Site
Transforming post-earthquake Christchurch vacant lots into art spaces: Urban Strategist Brie Sherow brokers vacant spaces for creative projects in quake torn Christchurch. In a city full of empty lots, Brie and the team at Life in Vacant Spaces help facilitate the short term leases of empty space to temporarily rejuevite sites. In "The Evolution of a Vacant Site" from PKN Christchurch Vol. 19, Brie explains how one site over the course of 7 months hosted a wide variety of artistic and community projects.
Communicating Culture since 2010
The first creative networking event, the internationally acclaimed 20x20 PechaKucha Night was held in Shenzhen’s OCT Loft on February 28, 2010. (English bellow). 第 一讲： 首场以创意交流为目的的派对——全球性的创意活动“吱吱喳喳读图夜”于2010年2月28日在深圳OCT创意园成功举办。活动组织者Michael Patte亲自为其设计了海报，因为高新技术制造业是深圳的代名词，所以他别出心裁地以一个正在制作Iphone的工人为主题，女孩夸张的面部表情更道出 了吱吱喳喳读书夜的宗旨：特立独行，刺激，有趣。 11位演讲者在派对上讨论他们的作品，分享了他们这些作品背后的故事等，更有由DJ白兔所带来精彩难忘的表演。 The poster designed by event organiser Michael Patte featured amigrant worker manufacturing an iPhone, as high-tech manufacturing is something Shenzhen is synonymous with. Yet the girl’s cheeky expression alluded to the nature of PechaKucha; contrarian, provocative and fun. 11 presenters came to discuss their work. The program included an exclusive performance by DJ Baitu. 独创风格从2010年开始 Building Style since 2010 Please vote for your Kucha King 1. Nicolas Deladerriere 2. 李云霞 3. Jesse Warren 4. Ana Rio Vilar 5. Pablo Garcia 6. Sylvi Marry+DJ Baitu 7. Imagine Wong 8.Win Harington 9. Tommaso Masera 10. Julie Nouvel 12. Karta Healy 13. Veerle Hildebrand 欢迎关注我们的公众微信平台留意活动最新消息 Keep following our event reviews by adding the official Riptide account: Riptide锐态
Building Communities with Signs
Can a sign change the way a community views itself? Designer Stephen Jones discusses his travels across the United States, and the numerous signage he found during his journey. In “Building Communities with Signs” from PKN Nashvile Vol. 13, he goes into depth on the character that a sign can bring out of and give back to a city.
Sign of the Times
PKN helped the city Whangarei celebrate "New Zealand Sign Language Week" commemorating the recognition of Sign Language as an official language of the county. "Because of its visual nature, PechaKucha...is an easily accessible event for the deaf community."
Moving, in Ontario
Canada's Globe and Mail shares with us a lovely story of a PechaKucha Night connection in rural Ontario. I spotted a poster for “Pecha Kucha” to be held in the library on Thursday, and the tickets were to be purchased at her gallery. “What is pekoe koochoo?” I asked, struggling with the unusual name. This is only the beginning, check out the full story here.